HRAI has gone digital for you

While social distancing is becoming the norm, HRAI has a number of learning opportunities available to keep you sharp and at the same time, safe. Check out these online events!

 

Free webinars coming up:

Impacts of COVID-19 on HUMAN Resources of Small & Medium-sized Businesses

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 at 2:30 pm EST

HRAI will be hosting a seminar on the impact of COVID-19 on HR (human resources) in small and medium businesses.

Join Mike Salveta and Kelsey Livesey of Pivotal Solutions to answer some of your burning questions about dealing with HR issues today.

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Be Focused, Not Frenzied. Navigating Business Through Uncertainty

April 15, 2020, 11:00am – 12:00pm EDT

How are you dealing with your business situation in these uncertain times? Are you in the driver’s seat or the passenger seat? Sit in the driver’s seat, where you can navigate and steer, instead of in the passenger seat, where the route and destination are out of your hands. 
 
The results you create over the coming months depend - largely - on how well you address the things you can control. On this webinar, we’ll discuss the action steps you can take as a strategic business leader: 
  1. Determine your best possible outcomes
  2. Be the best thing your customers experience today
  3. Inspire a committed team

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"The Outlook" Economic Forecast Complimentary Webinar with Peter Norman

Wednesday, May 13, 2020  |  1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST

Join Peter Norman, Chief Economist at Altus Group as he shares his views on current economic conditions in Canada and key trends likely to impact construction spending in 2020 and beyond.

Complimentary for HRAI and CIPH Members

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Webinar Outcomes

  1. The effects of COVID-19 and related containment measures on the Canadian economy, housing markets and construction sector – how bad will it be and what could the recovery look like?
  2. Outlook for residential and commercial and construction through 2021 based on a realistic COVID-19 impact scenario.
  3. Outlook for renovation spending with implications on plumbing & heating dollars.
  4. Commercial sector: Will COVID-19 lead to major structural changes in the need for commercial space?
  5. Government sector investments in affordable housing, institutions and infrastructure.

BONUS: You will have an opportunity to ask questions.

 

About Peter Norman

Peter Norman is a well-known professional land economist and forecaster and is Vice President and Chief Economist at Altus Group. Widely quoted in the Canadian media, Mr. Norman is a frequent expert witness on economic matters and leads a national team of economic consultants advising private and public sector organizations across Canada, providing economic intelligence and strategic information.

Mr. Norman earned a BA at Trent University and an MA at the University of Guelph, has sat on the Executive Committee of the Toronto Association of Business an Economics, the Economic Research Committee of the Canadian Home Builders' Association and is a member of the Association of Ontario Land Economists and a member of Lambda Alpha International, an Honourary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics.

Peter lives with his wife and four children in Toronto.

 

Online courses to participate in:

Canada’s Ozone Layer Protection Awareness Course

Specific topics covered include Science of ozone depletion, leak detection methods, system charging procedures, special maintenance provisions, and refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycle and reclamation equipment.

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Online Basic Principles of Residential Ventilation

Understand the basic building science principals that are the foundation for ventilation design and commissioning.

  • Understand the principals of airflow as it impacts ventilation systems
  • Explain humidity and indoor air quality issues to your customers
  • Position yourself as an expert in ventilation

Register today

Virtual Classroom 

Residential Air System Design Course – Log in from anywhere

 FULLY BOOKED   |   April 6-9, 2020

In this virtual classroom course, participants have the opportunity to work from their home or office computers as if they are in the classroom with an instructor. 

Understand the proper methods of residential air distribution systems designs through a series of theoretical and practical exercises. This includes layouts and design of duct systems, sizing of supply and return air ducts and grills. Walk away with real-world installation options including worksheets to ease the design process.  

Test Your Knowledge - You may be eligible for a 10% discount by taking the test


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